Top finalists for the 2018 Pet Sitter of the Year™ Award by Pet Sitters International!

Guys! I have been selected as one of the top-five finalists for the 2018 Pet Sitter of the Year™ Award by Pet Sitters International (PSI). The Pet Sitter of the Year designation is the industry’s highest honor and recognizes true excellence in the professional pet-sitting field. I am very honoured to have received nomination by customers and colleagues in the veterinary practices in Dublin. 

I am the first ever Irish pet sitter who make the finalist. I hope this will put Ireland on the international stage in relations to pet care and welfare. There is still so much to be done in this country and I am looking forward to contribute further to the community. 

The winner will be announced in New Year's Day! If I win, I will have to fly to US to receive the award! 
Thank you so much for your support in the past 8 years! I wouldn't be where I am without the incredible support from customers, veterinary colleagues and charity colleagues. Thank you!

Alice

The Warmest Chat

A lot of people find great comfort to just to talk about the passing of their cats to like minded people.

Not everyone is in the position to organise a ‘cat wake‘ or some people might not have a lot of pet lovers in their circle.

So I have decided to organise a bi-monthly Cat Bereavement Meet Up so to provide a safe environment where cat lovers can come and chat about their cats without having to worry someone says horrible things like ‘it’s just a cat’, ‘you can always get a new one’, etc.

The Warmest Chat is in association with The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial Website which is one of Maow Care's voluntary initiative. Learn more about The Warmest Spot here

The Warmest Chat is a very informal tea and coffee chat, there is no rule. Everyone is welcome.

The next Chat will be on: 

Date: 7 October 2017
Time: 11:30 to 13:00
Venue: Library Bar, Central Hotel

If you have any question, please contact Alice on 087 3198534.

You can also refer to our Facebook event page

Pet First Responder - 4 November, Dublin

Firefighters in Hong Kong performing CPR on a cat during a fire rescue - Apple Daily 16 February 2017

Firefighters in Hong Kong performing CPR on a cat during a fire rescue - Apple Daily 16 February 2017

One of the biggest nightmares of a pet lover...You are backing your car on the driveway, you hear you hit something. You come out and discover you hit a dog/cat. What to do? 

Or what if you have elderly dogs/cats, do you know what to do if they have a heart attack? 

Do you know what to do if your dog/cat suffers from heart stoke or frostbite? 

How about choking? They love to chew on random items lying around. What to do? 

Pet CPR First Aid

The Canine First Responder Course™ Curriculum is the only course approved by Emergency First Response - the largest certification agency worldwide for first aid and CPR training. You will be issued with an internationally recognised certificate upon successful completion of the course. This is far exceeds some more basic 'first aid' courses out there and is the only course in Ireland to be fully accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland and supported by the Irish Veterinary Nurses Association.

It provides realistic CPR practice on a canine manikin - Casper. (He even has a pulse!) On top of the standard Canine First Responder course, Alice the cat behaviourist is going to give you extra tips on how handling cat situation to make an all round Pet First Responder course. Class is limited to 8 students only due to the hands-on nature of the course. We want to make sure each student has enough time to practise on the pet manikins. 

For cat lovers who wonder if this course is suitable to you. The answer is - Yes! There is no recognised Feline First Responder course at the moment. The techniques performed on small dogs and cats are very similar. Alice will of course explain the difference when dealing with cats. Plus, you can come across a dog collapse on a hot summer day and need your help!  

  • Canine and feline Communication
  • Scene Assessment and Barrier use
  • How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
  • Primary Assessment
  • CPR and Rescue Breathing
  • Choking
  • Control of serious bleeding
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
  • Bandaging Minor Wounds
  • Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
  • Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..  

With the price, you can take home:  

  • Your own copy of the CFR CD containing the student manual so you can refresh your knowledge at home
  • An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
  • A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
  • A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
  • Tea/coffee and snack during the day
  • Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Testimonials from graduates

Thanks to my brother and Ma, I got this course as a birthday present, I’d just finished a course for human first aid and wanted to make sure I could help the dogs and cats in my life too and any I came across :) Well delivered in a personable, friendly, enthusiastic way, I’d certainly reccommend it to other pet people and those who love animals and want to help them :) I’ll be renewing my certs and skills in 2 years time too.
— Kate
I would highly recommend Alice to anyone when it comes to both anything cats and training. In my case i went to Alice to top up my first aid for canines (and cats got included this time!) we worked in a friendly peaceful and fun environment. I honestly can’t wait until I need another top up and I know where i’ll be going. Thank you again!
— Dani
Thanks Alice for the great course. I feel much more prepared now if something happens
— Finola
Really great course, not complicated, very pragmatic.. I really recommend. Thanks Alice!
— Rebecca
Thank you again for a great day, Alice! Learned so much and really enjoyed the chat and craic :-)
— Susan

Date: 4 November 2017

Time: 10am to 6pm, with one hour lunch break

Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis St, Dublin 8

Fee: €115

NOW FULL! If you want to go on the waiting list for the next workshop in February 2018. Please click here, thank you! 

Happy graduates of class February 2017! 

Happy graduates of class November 2016

If you want to ask questions before you sign up, please send Alice an email below. 

Name *
Name

Pet CPR - Tallinn

Do you want to learn Pet CPR? This is now a golden opportunity to do so!

Alice Chau Ginguene is a Cat Behaviourist and Canine First Responder Instructor. She will be visiting Tallinn this summer. She will run a short half day workshop to teach you the most crucial technique to handle pet emergency.

Pet CPR Workshop

Date: 12 August 2017
Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Venue: Tallinn City Centre, to be confirmed

You will learn:
-Canine and feline Communication
-Scene Assessment and Barrier use
-How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
-Primary Assessment
-CPR and Rescue Breathing
-Choking

Price:
35 Euro (just workshop)
45 Euro (workshop + first aid kit)

Canine First Responder Certificate

Date: 12 August 2017
Time: 10:00 - 18:00
Venue: Tallinn City Centre, to be confirmed

If you are interested in complete the full training to be a Certified Canine First Responder, there is also a possibility. You can attend the morning and stay the afternoon to do the additional learning. 

You will learn: 
-Control of serious bleeding
-Shock Management · Spinal Injury Management
-Injury Assessment
-Illness Assessment
-Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
-Bandaging Minor Wounds
-Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
-Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..

You will also get:
- Your own copy of the CFR CD containing the student manual so you can refresh your knowledge at home
- An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
- A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
- A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
- Tea/coffee and snack during the day
- Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Price:
85 Euro, this is a special discount for Tallinn, normal price is £95 in UK or 115 Euro in Dublin

To register using PayPal

Options:

To register using credit cards

If you want to ask me any questions before you register, please send me a message below or call me on +353 873198534. 

Name *
Name

The Warmest Chat

A lot of people find great comfort to just to talk about the passing of their cats to like minded people.

Not everyone is in the position to organise a ‘cat wake‘ or some people might not have a lot of pet lovers in their circle.

So I have decided to organise a bi-monthly Cat Bereavement Meet Up so to provide a safe environment where cat lovers can come and chat about their cats without having to worry someone says horrible things like ‘it’s just a cat’, ‘you can always get a new one’, etc.

The Warmest Chat is in association with The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial Website which is one of Maow Care's voluntary initiative. Learn more about The Warmest Spot here

The Warmest Chat is a very informal tea and coffee chat, there is no rule. Everyone is welcome.

The next Chat will be on: 

Date: 29 July 2017
Time: 11:30 to 13:00
Venue: Library Bar, Central Hotel

If you have any question, please contact Alice on 087 3198534.

You can also refer to our Facebook event page

Kedi - After Movie Gathering

The movie we have been waiting for! 

Keri the film is opening tonight in Dublin, I know lots of you cat lovers will be at the cinema so I have booked a table for us all to hang out and chat afterwards. 

I will be waving a little MAOW flag so that you can spot me. Alternatively, the table is reserved under the name Alice at the Cafe Bar. 

Date: 30 June 2017
The movie: 18:30 - 19:50
The gathering: 20:00 - 21:30
Venue: Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Pet CPR only - 3 spot left!

I got some enquiries from people asking if it is possible to learn just Pet CPR without doing the whole workshop. 

The answer is YES!

Some of you might be interested in doing the Pet First Responder workshop, but either due to lack of time or lack of fund, and wanted to do the workshop in two parts. 

So yes, if you want to just do the CPR part of the workshop and do the First Aid part of the workshop later in the year or not at all, it's possible. 

You will learn: 

  • Canine and feline Communication
  • Scene Assessment and Barrier use
  • How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
  • Primary Assessment
  • CPR and Rescue Breathing

You will get: 

  • A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
  • Tea/coffee and snack during the morning
  • Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Date: 1 July 2017

Time: 10am to 1pm, with 15 minute tea break

Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis St, Dublin 8

Fee: €65

The Warmest Chat

A lot of people find great comfort to just to talk about the passing of their cats to like minded people.

Not everyone is in the position to organise a ‘cat wake‘ or some people might not have a lot of pet lovers in their circle.

So I have decided to organise a bi-monthly Cat Bereavement Meet Up so to provide a safe environment where cat lovers can come and chat about their cats without having to worry someone says horrible things like ‘it’s just a cat’, ‘you can always get a new one’, etc.

The Warmest Chat is in association with The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial Website which is one of Maow Care's voluntary initiative. Learn more about The Warmest Spot here

The Warmest Chat is a very informal tea and coffee chat, there is no rule. Everyone is welcome.

The next Chat will be on: 

Date: 10 June 2017
Time: 11:30 to 13:00
Venue: Library Bar, Central Hotel

If you have any question, please contact Alice on 087 3198534.

You can also refer to our Facebook event page

The Warmest Chat

A lot of people find great comfort to just to talk about the passing of their cats to like minded people.

Not everyone is in the position to organise a ‘cat wake‘ or some people might not have a lot of pet lovers in their circle.

So I have decided to organise a bi-monthly Cat Bereavement Meet Up so to provide a safe environment where cat lovers can come and chat about their cats without having to worry someone says horrible things like ‘it’s just a cat’, ‘you can always get a new one’, etc.

The Warmest Chat is in association with The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial Website which is one of Maow Care's voluntary initiative. Learn more about The Warmest Spot here

The Warmest Chat is a very informal tea and coffee chat, there is no rule. Everyone is welcome.

The next Chat will be on: 

Date: 8 April 2017
Time: 11:30 to 13:00
Venue: Library Bar, Central Hotel

If you have any question, please contact Alice on 087 3198534.

You can also refer to our Facebook event page

Pet First Responder

Firefighters in Hong Kong performing CPR on a cat during a fire rescue - Apple Daily 16 February 2017

Firefighters in Hong Kong performing CPR on a cat during a fire rescue - Apple Daily 16 February 2017

One of the biggest nightmares of a pet lover...You are backing your car on the driveway, you hear you hit something. You come out and discover you hit a dog/cat. What to do? 

Or what if you have elderly dogs/cats, do you know what to do if they have a heart attack? 

Do you know what to do if your dog/cat suffers from heart stoke or frostbite? 

How about choking? They love to chew on random items lying around. What to do? 

Pet CPR First Aid

The Canine First Responder Course™ Curriculum is the only course approved by Emergency First Response - the largest certification agency worldwide for first aid and CPR training. You will be issued with an internationally recognised certificate upon successful completion of the course. This is far exceeds some more basic 'first aid' courses out there and is the only course in Ireland to be fully accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland and supported by the Irish Veterinary Nurses Association.

It provides realistic CPR practice on a canine manikin - Casper. (He even has a pulse!) On top of the standard Canine First Responder course, Alice the cat behaviourist is going to give you extra tips on how handling cat situation to make an all round Pet First Responder course. Class is limited to 8 students only due to the hands-on nature of the course. We want to make sure each student has enough time to practise on the pet manikins. 

For cat lovers who wonder if this course is suitable to you. The answer is - Yes! There is no recognised Feline First Responder course at the moment. The techniques performed on small dogs and cats are very similar. Alice will of course explain the difference when dealing with cats. Plus, you can come across a dog collapse on a hot summer day and need your help!  

  • Canine and feline Communication
  • Scene Assessment and Barrier use
  • How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
  • Primary Assessment
  • CPR and Rescue Breathing
  • Choking
  • Control of serious bleeding
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
  • Bandaging Minor Wounds
  • Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
  • Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..  

With the price, you can take home:  

  • Your own copy of the CFR CD containing the student manual so you can refresh your knowledge at home
  • An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
  • A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
  • A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
  • Tea/coffee and snack during the day
  • Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Testimonials from graduates

Thanks to my brother and Ma, I got this course as a birthday present, I’d just finished a course for human first aid and wanted to make sure I could help the dogs and cats in my life too and any I came across :) Well delivered in a personable, friendly, enthusiastic way, I’d certainly reccommend it to other pet people and those who love animals and want to help them :) I’ll be renewing my certs and skills in 2 years time too.
— Kate
I would highly recommend Alice to anyone when it comes to both anything cats and training. In my case i went to Alice to top up my first aid for canines (and cats got included this time!) we worked in a friendly peaceful and fun environment. I honestly can’t wait until I need another top up and I know where i’ll be going. Thank you again!
— Dani
Thanks Alice for the great course. I feel much more prepared now if something happens
— Finola
Really great course, not complicated, very pragmatic.. I really recommend. Thanks Alice!
— Rebecca
Thank you again for a great day, Alice! Learned so much and really enjoyed the chat and craic :-)
— Susan

Date: 1 July 2017

Time: 10am to 6pm, with one hour lunch break

Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis St, Dublin 8

Fee: €115

Happy graduates of class February 2017! 

Happy graduates of class November 2016

If you want to ask questions before you sign up, please send Alice an email below. 

Name *
Name

The Warmest Chat - cat bereavement meet up

A lot of people find great comfort to just to talk about the passing of their cats to like minded people.

Not everyone is in the position to organise a ‘cat wake‘ or some people might not have a lot of pet lovers in their circle.

So I have decided to organise a bi-monthly Cat Bereavement Meet Up so to provide a safe environment where cat lovers can come and chat about their cats without having to worry someone says horrible things like ‘it’s just a cat’, ‘you can always get a new one’, etc.

The Warmest Chat is in association with The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial Website which is one of Maow Care's voluntary initiative. Learn more about The Warmest Spot here

The Warmest Chat is a very informal tea and coffee chat, there is no rule. Everyone is welcome.

The next Chat will be on: 

Date: 17 February 2017
Time: 10:30 to 12:00
Venue: Library Bar, Central Hotel

If you have any question, please contact Alice on 087 3198534.

You can also refer to our Facebook event page

The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial

At Maow Care, we unfortunately have to dealt with cat's passing with my customers regularly and I can see the distress and at times...lack of closure. 

There are always some horrible people saying inappropriate things like - 'oh it's just a cat', or 'you can get another one'. 

So I decide to take this into my hand and made The Warmest Spot Cat Memorial page so that people can put their tribute up there. It will be display permanently. It gives people somewhere to 'go to' when they think of their cat. 

If you want to put something on the site, please be in touch. It's free and I am doing this using my own money.

Please also feel free to leave comments under each tribute, I am sure it will give great comfort to the cat's human. 
I am also trying to organise a bi-monthly meetup so that people can have a safe environment to talk about their cats knowing there won't be insensitive comments.

You can check out event details on the website or on our Facebook event page
 

Pet First Responder

One of the biggest nightmares of a pet lover...You are backing your car on the driveway, you hear you hit something. You come out and discover you hit a dog/cat. What to do? 

Or what if you have elderly dogs/cats, do you know what to do if they have a heart attack? 

Do you know what to do if your dog/cat suffers from heart stoke or frostbite? 

How about choking? They love to chew on random items lying around. What to do? 

The Canine First Responder Course™ Curriculum is the only course approved by Emergency First Response - the largest certification agency worldwide for first aid and CPR training. You will be issued with an internationally recognised certificate upon successful completion of the course. This is far exceeds some more basic 'first aid' courses out there and does provide realistic CPR practice on a canine manikin. (Alice has done her research before getting herself trained!) As a bonus on top of the standard Canine First Responder course, Alice the cat behaviourist is going to give you extra tips on how handling cat situation to make an all round Pet First Responder course. 

For cat lovers who wonder if this course is suitable to you. The answer is - Yes! There is no recognised Feline First Responder course at the moment. The techniques performed on small dogs and cats are very similar. Alice will of course explain the difference when dealing with cats. Plus, you can come across a dog collapse on a hot summer day and need your help!  

  • Canine and feline Communication
  • Scene Assessment and Barrier use
  • How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
  • Primary Assessment
  • CPR and Rescue Breathing
  • Choking
  • Control of serious bleeding
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
  • Bandaging Minor Wounds
  • Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
  • Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..  

With the price, you can take home:  

  • Your own copy of the CFR CD containing the student manual so you can refresh your knowledge at home
  • An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
  • A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
  • A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
  • Tea/coffee and snack during the day
  • Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Date: 18 February 2017

Time: 10am to 6pm, with one hour lunch break

Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis St, Dublin 8

Fee: €115

It is NOW FULL! The next one will be in July. If you want to be the first to know, email me on the form below, I will put you on a list so that you will get a notification before the public does. 

Our course on November 2016 

Thanks Alice for the great course. I feel much more prepared now if something happens
— Finola
Really great course, not complicated, very pragmatic.. I really recommend. Thanks Alice!
— Rebecca

 

If you want to ask questions before you sign up, please send Alice an email below. 

Name *
Name

Feline Mythbuster - Introduction to Cat Behaviour

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Are cats loners? Are they aloof and don't care about human? We cat lovers know these are not true! 

"Feline Mythbuster - Introduction to cat behaviour" is going to answer all these questions and more! 

We are going to learn that cats not only have an intimate and important relationship with human for thousands of years of history, but also get a better understanding of their behaviour. For example: why is it so difficult to get them to drink water We will learn how to establish a satisfying cat-human relationship at home and in the community. Alice will also talk a little about some of the latest scientific development in the cat world. There will be an Q&A session at the end and will have time to chat among cat lovers. This talk is FREE! This is an amazing opportunity for any cat lovers of Tallinn!

Date: 27 October 2016

Time: 18:00-19:00

Venue: Kassikohvik Nurri, Tartu mnt 24, 10115 Tallinn, Estonia. +372 687 8505 

(This talk is FREE, but we recommend you to book a table as the space in the cafe is limited.) 

Pet First Responder - Dublin

One of the biggest nightmares of a pet lover...You are backing your car on the driveway, you hear you hit something. You come out and discover you hit a dog/cat. What to do? 

Or what if you have elderly dogs/cats, do you know what to do if they have a heart attack? 

Do you know what to do if your dog/cat suffers from heart stoke or frostbite? 

How about choking? They love to chew on random items lying around. What to do? 

The Canine First Responder Course™ Curriculum is the only course approved by Emergency First Response - the largest certification agency worldwide for first aid and CPR training. You will be issued with an internationally recognised certificate upon successful completion of the course. This is far exceeds some more basic 'first aid' courses out there and does provide realistic CPR practice on a canine manikin. (Alice has done her research before getting herself trained!) As a bonus on top of the standard Canine First Responder course, Alice the cat behaviourist is going to give you extra tips on how handling cat situation to make an all round Pet First Responder course. 

For cat lovers who wonder if this course is suitable to you. The answer is - Yes! There is no recognised Feline First Responder course at the moment. The techniques performed on small dogs and cats are very similar. Alice will of course explain the difference when dealing with cats. Plus, you can come across a dog collapse on a hot summer day and need your help!  

  • Canine and feline Communication
  • Scene Assessment and Barrier use
  • How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
  • Primary Assessment
  • CPR and Rescue Breathing
  • Choking
  • Control of serious bleeding
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
  • Bandaging Minor Wounds
  • Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
  • Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..  

With the price, you can take home:  

  • Your own copy of the CFR CD containing the student manual so you can refresh your knowledge at home
  • An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
  • A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
  • A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
  • Tea/coffee and snack during the day
  • Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Date: 12 November 2016

Time: 10am to 6pm, with one hour lunch break

Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis St, Dublin 8

Fee: €115

As of 9 November, one slot has opened up due to illness of one student. You can pay now below to secure the last slot! 

If you want to ask questions before you sign up, please send Alice an email below. 

Name *
Name

Pet First Responder - Tallinn

You are just walking your dog. He is chewing on a piece of wood, a tiny piece break off and he started choking. What do you do? 

You are enjoying a country holiday with your dog and your family. Walking along a river, your dog loses her footing and fell into the water. You quickly pull her back out, but she stops breathing. You are an hour from the closest vet facility, what to do?

You are backing your car on the driveway, you hear you hit something. You come out and discover you hit a cat. What to do? 

You have elderly dogs/cats, do you know what to do if they have a heart attack? 

Do you know what to do if your dog/cat suffers from heart stoke or frostbite? 

The Canine First Responder Course™ Curriculum is the only course approved by Emergency First Response - the largest certification agency worldwide for first aid and CPR training. You will be issued with an internationally recognised certificate upon successful completion of the course. This is far exceeds some more basic 'first aid' courses out there and does provide realistic CPR practice on a canine manikin. As a bonus, Alice the cat behaviourist is going to give you extra tips on how handling cat situation. 

  • Canine and feline Communication
  • Scene Assessment and Barrier use
  • How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
  • Primary Assessment
  • CPR and Rescue Breathing
  • Choking
  • Control of serious bleeding
  • Shock Management
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
  • Bandaging Minor Wounds
  • Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
  • Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..  

With the price, you can take home:  

  • Your own copy of the CFR CD which you can watch at home to refresh your knowledge
  • An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
  • A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
  • A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
  • Tea/coffee and snack during the day
  • Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency

Alice Chau Ginguene is a certified Canine First Responder Instructor. She has been working as a cat sitter and behaviourist for 7 years in Dublin, where she has been featured in numerous media in Ireland. 

Date: 22 October 2016

Time: 9am to 5pm, with one hour lunch break

Venue: To be confirmed, it will be somewhere in city centre

Fee: 85 Euro (this is a special discount for Tallinn! Normal course price is £90 in the UK and €115 in Ireland)

To join this course, please fill in the form below, Alice will send you course information for home preparation and payment methods. For enquiries, you can contact Alice directly here or call the local organiser Helen on 5596 1960. 

Name *
Name